Tony Hall's Faith Initiative
Don't tell me your faith, show me your faith.
How to turn faith into action to help our neighbors
Tony Hall's Faith Initiative was brought about because he understands Dayton is a community that includes a variety of vibrant and caring faith traditions. Likewise, one common thread among them is the encouragement to feed the hungry. Founder, Ambassador Tony Hall discusses the need for our community to increase our efforts to address hunger and other challenges.
Read Community Action Led by Prayer -A Local Voices Column by Ambassador Tony Hall in the Dayton Daily News.
Place regular informational articles in your bulletin or newsletter.
Email us to schedule a speaker, training or more educational information.
ADVOCATE –Support vital nutrition programs such as SNAP and Produce Perks and encourage legislators to focus on issues of health and equity. Support farmers markets and our local growers.
VOLUNTEER – Whether it’s with The Foodbank, House of Bread, Homefull, EastEnd Community Center, a local pantry or simply driving neighbors to the grocery store. Become personally committed. Visit Our Partners or Contact Nick Eddy, the Volunteer Coordinator at United Way of Greater Dayton to get you connected!
DONATE – The recent tornadoes have added financial strain to many local social service agencies and the need will continue into the next year. It’s also a crucial time to support Gem City Market, a community-owned grocery store designed to bring fresh healthy food to the food desert. Only through your generous support, are Our Partner Organizations able to make a difference in the quality of health and life of our neighbors in and around the Miami Valley.
Please visit Our Partners' page and consider a contribution today.
PRAY – For those who are motivated by belief. Prayer can give guidance and strength. Prayer is extremely personal and each individual has his or her own way of conversing. Let’s use those conversations to find ways to build a better community.